Borussia Dortmund Players Salaries 2022-22

Currently, Borussia Dortmund is the second most valuable club in Germany after Arch rivals Bayern Munich and is the eleventh most valuable team in the world. After the transfer window closed, the management has released the Borussia Dortmund players salaries for 2022 season.

Borussia Dortmund yet again finished second to all-time rivals Bayern Munich in the Bundesliga. Edin Terzić took the managerial job from Lucien Favre after last season, the club saw several personnel changes within the squad.

Young future stars like Jason Sancho, Erling Haaland, Reyna, and Julian Brandt were brought in to replace the departure of Ousmane Dembele, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, and Christian Pulisic.

The Borussia Dortmund Football Club aka BVB or Die Schwarzgelben (Black and Yellow) was founded in 1909 by seventeen football players based in Dortmund. Their home stadium Westfalenstadion is the largest stadium in Germany and records the highest attendance.

The German professional football club has won eight league championships and four DFB-Pokals in domestic competitions. The Black and Yellows have also won one UEFA Champions League, one UEFA Cup Winners’ Cup, and one Intercontinental Cup.

Borussia Dortmund Players Salaries 2022-22

Borussia Dortmund along with several top tier Bundesliga clubs had decided to forgo 10% of their salaries until at least March. This was to help the clubs deal with the financial losses caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.

Players have been very cooperative and understanding to the current situation, and are happy to adjust with pay cut at least until the fans can return to the stadium.

Marco ReusForward£210,000£10,920,000
Mats HummelsDefender£175,000£9,100,000
Emre CanDefender£163,000£8,476,000
Jadon SanchoForward)£160,000£8,320,000
Erling HaalandForward£141,000£7,332,000
Axel WitselMidfielder£131,000£6,812,000
Julian BrandtM/AM (RLC)£123,000£6,396,000
Nico SchulzDefender£105,000£5,460,000
Raphaël GuerreiroDefender£86,000£4,472,000
Thomas DelaneyMidfielder£85,000£4,420,000
Thorgan HazardForward£85,000£4,420,000
Łukasz PiszczekDefender£70,000£3,640,000
Mahmoud DahoudDefender£69,000£3,588,000
Marcel SchmelzerDefender£69,000£3,588,000
Roman BürkiGoalkeeper£59,000£3,068,000
Giovanni ReynaMidfielder£58,000£3,016,000
Thomas MeunierDefender£52,000£2,704,000
Jude BellinghamMidfielder£52,000£2,704,000
Manuel AkanjiDefender£52,000£2,704,000
Dan-Axel ZagadouDefender£37,000£1,924,000
Marwin HitzGoalkeeper£25,000£1,300,000
Felix PasslackMidfielder£20,000£1,040,000
Mateu MoreyDefender£17,000£884,000
Nnamdi CollinsDefender£6,900£358,800
Luca UnbehaunGoalkeeper£538£27,976
Jamie Bynoe-GittensMidfielder£133£6,916
Colin Kleine-BekelDefender£55£2,860
Abu-Bekir El-ZeinMidfielder£55£2,860
Ken MataMidfielder£55£2,860
Tobias RaschlMidfielder
ReinierMidfielder

Who is the highest-paid player in Borussia Dortmund?

Marco Reus is highly paid for his creative gameplay and loyalty to Borussia Dortmund for the past several seasons. The stylish winger receives the highest salary at the club, he is paid £210,000 per week.

How much does Jason Sancho earn at Borussia Dortmund?

The 20-year-old rising star from England earns £160,000 a week at Borussia Dortmund. Big clubs like Manchester United are looking to sign the skilful right-winger at a price tag of 120 million euros.

How much does Erling Haaland get paid at Borussia Dortmund?

The Golden boy and prolific goalscorer Erling Haaland receive £141,000 a week for his services at Borussia Dortmund.

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